Displaying articles for: 05-06-2012 - 05-12-2012
Are you battling mobility madness? Are you ready to gain (or is it regain) control? For your enterprise? How can you reduce the heartache and havoc from the proliferation of tablets, smartphones and all manner of mobile devices in your enterprise?
There’s a lot of attention to mobility, BYOD and Consumerization of IT at HP Discover as organizations want to hear how they can reduce cost, drive revenue, and improve productivity. Join us in session BB3022 “Developing a mobile enterprise strategy” to get started – and check out the many mobility sessions in Las Vegas.
By PT Umphress, Enterprise Services Global Marketing
Here is a summary of the Enterprise Services blog topics for this past week:
- Expectations of service providers should shift
- Just because you backup, doesn’t mean you are archiving.
- What is on your Payroll Horizon?
- Cloud computing is not really a utility…
- A Platform for Growth in Finance & Administration
- 3 Features of an Effective Information Strategy @ HP Discover 2012
- Applities celebrate Mother’s Day @ House of IT
- HP and Big Data or How you can you see your world in a second
- Cloud more or less – some thoughts about technology and cloud adoption
- New printing and document workflow solutions enhance efficiency for businesses of all sizes
- Countdown to Shared Services Week in Europe
- Interop this week
- UniCredit and HP to Optimize Payroll Production, Human Resources Processes
- Computing to be 100% Cloud – Nadhan’s Top 5 steps
- Is Your Business Socially Enabled?
- Want to assess opportunities to improve your IT infrastructure and operations?
Recently, I blogged about The Right Way of Transforming to the Cloud. As Mother's Day approaches, I take pause to think about what my Mother has accomplished in her role as the CEO of her enterprise that I am labeling here as “Our Family.” I see that she has integrated everyone of the foundational components to realize the benefits of moving to her vision of the future state or in other words transformed her enterprise to cloud computing.
Let us see how:
By Kelly Kasher & Lori Lewis
According to a study by HP and Coleman Parkes, nearly 50 percent of executives believe they do not have an effective information strategy in place within their organizations. What does it mean to have an “effective” information strategy? Join us for the “Master Plan Workshop” at HP Discover (Session ID BW2901).
At an event in Shanghai this morning HP announced “new imaging and printing products, services and solutions with enhanced productivity tools, new security solutions and mobility offerings to enable businesses of all sizes to capture, connect and communicate more securely and efficiently.”
Forbes blogger Joe McKendrick states “Some businesses emerging on the scene today are 100% cloud" – an interesting concept – 100% cloud. What does it take for a business to rightfully claim to be 100% cloud computing-based and be effective at it? There are several strategic measures that need to be in place for an enterprise to be 100% effective in the cloud computing arena. The physical act of being present in the cloud is academic at best -- as you will see when I outline the 5 steps that businesses must take to be 100% cloud. The percentages indicate the total progress made with each step.